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Jessica Buss, Ph.D., BCB Biofeedback Certified
Psychologist (TX & CA); Health Psychology, E-Therapy
Location: 11701 Bee Caves Rd., Austin 78738
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Buss.
|Anxiety, Stress, Panic/Phobias||Adolescent/Teen Issues|
|Eating Disorders, Body Image||Chronic Pain|
|Chronic Illness/Medical Issues||Depression, Low Self-Esteem|
|Trauma & PTSD||Indivduals & Couples|
My goal is to help you discover your true self and lead a life worth celebrating. I am committed to creating a welcoming, supportive place where you are treated with kindness, acceptance, and respect. You are given permission to be just as you are as you work to grow.
Thriveworks Austin-West Lake Hills, Counseling Center
Thriveworks in West Lake Hills
Location: 5524 Bee Cave Road, Suite K4, Austin 78746
Fast Contact: Email or Call Thriveworks Austin-West Lake Hills.
|Family and Children Therapy||Psychological Evaluations|
|Couples counseling||LGBTQ Issues|
|Grief and Loss||Abuse Survivors|
We promote the well-being of the communities of Austin by providing accessible, quality mental health care for children, adolescents, adults, and their families with the help of the most talented clinicians whose priority is to provide trust, respect, and compassion.
Jennifer Wagner, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Location: 12335 Hymeadow Dr, Ste 300, Austin 78750
Fast Contact: Email or Call Jennifer.
|Grief and Loss ||Divorce Support|
|Postpartum Depression||Children and Adolescents|
|Family of Origin Issues||Codependency|
My priority as a therapist is to ensure that your counseling experience is one of emotional safety, comfort and genuine connection. I am committed to helping you feel heard, understood and hopeful while receiving quality care from an experienced professional.
Lisa Hanusch, Ph.D
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Location: 4131 Spicewood Springs Road Suite G-4, Austin 78759
Fast Contact: Email or Call Dr. Hanusch.
|Marital/Couples Counseling||Infidelity Recovery|
|Divorce Recovery/Remarriage||Women's Issues|
|Post Traumatic Stress||Self-esteem|
I love working with women and with couples. I am warm, interactive, open and direct. I accept people where they are and direct and empower them to make the change they desire. I operate from a Biblical world-view.
Katrina Taylor, LMFT-Associate
Psychotherapist, Marriage & Family Therapist
Location: 1004 Mo-Pac Circle, Suite 100, Austin 78746
Fast Contact: Email or Call Katrina.
|Sexual abuse||Substance abuse|
Have you been searching for the right therapist to help you through life's struggles? I offer a compassionate and direct approach that focuses on both self-acceptance and change. Together we can explore your concerns and find a better way forward.
Carolyn Martin, M.S., L.P.C., L.M.F.T.
Location: 5808 Balcones, Suite 101, Austin 78731
Fast Contact: Email or Call Carolyn.
|Add/ADHD And Relationships||Relationships|
With 20+ years experience counseling and psychotherapy, I have come to believe much of our unhappiness comes from "not knowing" how to have a healthy relationship, how to cope with adversity, and how to thrive in the world. My goal is to help you find that knowledge.
Aggie Beasley, MA, BCB, CART, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Location: 311 McArdle Building RR 620 S, Suite 102, Austin 78734
Fast Contact: Email or Call Aggie.
|ADHD||Grief And Loss|
|Chronic Pain||Migraines and Headaches|
A secure relationship between a therapist and client allows a shift and change from the inside out so that not only is the problem area is changed, but there is growth in all areas of life. The dialogue in this relationship opens new possibilities and dimensions.
Carissa Cano, M.A., LPC
Location: 3536 Bee Cave Rd., Suite 100, Austin 78746
Fast Contact: Email or Call Carissa.
|Workplace Relationship Issues||Self Growth|
My goals in work are to encourage self-awareness, help clients work towards personal empowerment, desired change, and achieve balance in their life.
Elizabeth Dossman, LPC-S
Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor
Location: 5524 Bee Cave Road, Building I, Suite 2, Austin 78746
Fast Contact: Email or Call Elizabeth.
|Walk And Talk Therapy||Chronic Illness|
Transformation. You’re in the midst of a metamorphosis. People’s natural tendency is to arrange their lives so they aren’t affected by change. And yet, change is inevitable. The only real question is how you will adapt. That’s exactly where counseling can be a benefit.
Tina Moody, M.Div., M.A.
Licensed Professional Counselor
Location: 2111 Dickson Dr., Ste 24, Austin 78704
Fast Contact: Email or Call Tina.
|Individual Counseling||Relationship Counseling|
|Group Therapy||Partners Of The Self-Absorbed|
|Grief And Loss||Health And Wellness|
Life is sometimes hard. Whether by circumstance, loss, relationships or simply having your fill of the same dissatisfying patterns, I provide safe haven and professional expertise to ease the burden and enlighten your path. Live your best life.
City Of Austin
Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors
About Austin, TX
Colorado River, Violet Crown, Lake Austin, Mount Bonnell, Hippie Hollow Park, Lady Bird Lake, Mansfield Dam
Austin is the Capital City of the state of Texas and it is considered the second largest capital in the U.S. The city is also named "Silicon Hills" due to the fact that many technology corporations have their development centers here. In the early1800, pioneers have started to populate the area along Colorado River. Austin is situated on the Colorado River and it is surrounded by three artificial lakes. The city is a cultural and economic location for five counties. It is the second safest city in the U.S based on F.B.I statistics. The name of the city honors the first secretary of state of the republic, Stephen F. Austin, who was also known as the "Father of Texas". Austin is also known as "The Live Music Capital of the World", thanks to the many live music venues that it hosts.1
Mental Health in Austin
Texas ranks below the national average in the number of mental health professionals per 100,000 residents.2 As a result, the city of Austin is offering some community based services that aim to bring solutions and solace to the people who are suffering from a mental illness. The citizens of Austin can benefit from many services that aim to help children, veterans, families, and other segments of the population. People's Community Clinic is one of the best community clinics in Texas that offers pharmacy and lab services on-site. The aim of this clinic is to serve people who have little or no health insurance. Children, adults, and the elderly can benefit from these services.3 Please call 512-478-4939 for further information.
Swan Songs are a non-profit organization that seeks to give peace to terminally ill patients. Swan Songs' initiative is to organize private concerts for individuals who suffer from a terminal illness. Individuals may request any musical genre or musician they enjoy. Patients may listen to their favorite music with their family and overcome their pain through this music.4
There are some pertinent initiatives that would improve mental services in Texas. The graduate education programs for behavioral health professionals should be expanded to include psychiatry, social work, psychology, nursing, and counseling.
Some of the initiatives promote the idea of asking professional boards to gather data that will help identify specific ethnic, cultural, racial, and linguistic workforce shortages. The current initiatives also seek to receive investment for the advanced technology that is required for suicide prevention training.5
1. Wikipedia. (2014). Austin, Texas.
Retrieved from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austin,_Texas
2. Crisis Point. (2011). Mental Health Workforce Shortages in Texas.
Retrieved from http://www.hogg.utexas.edu/uploads/documents/Mental_Health_Crisis_final_032111.pdf
3. People's Community Clinic. (2014). Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Other Mental Health Problems in the Military.
Retrieved from https://www.austinpcc.org
4. Swan Songs. (2014). Fulfilling Musical Wishes at the End of Life.
Retrieved from http://www.swansongs.org/
5. Texas Mental Health Transformation. (2014). Retrieved from http://www.mhtransformation.org